Sushi Heaven at the Taipei Fish Market ~ Addiction Aquatic Development

What more could I ask for? Sushi and wine. A perfect pairing.

At Addiction Aquatic Development (Taipei Fish Market) you get all that and more. Every new city we visit I look at it from the lens of… Could I live here? Would I live here? Are cheese, meat, and red wine readily available? If I can answer yes to the last question, then I can easily answer yes to the questions prior! I’ll let our photos do most of the talking, however it’s hard to beat these prices, the freshness, and the atmosphere. At $320 (TWD) for an array of delicious salmon sashimi and a glass of house red for $150 (not to mention a second glass for half price/$75), it’s difficult not to say YES!

The 15 minute walk from the nearby metro station was well worth it, and on a beautiful sunny day in Taipei, it’s a great way to unwind after a day of exploring the city. Next time I’ll need to try the braised short ribs, the Iberico ham and the rack of lamb…not to mention the wide selection of cheeses, and of course the vast variety of sushi I’m embarrassed to say was far beyond my sushi aptitude.

Getting there:

Take the Wenhu Line to Zhongshan Junior High School station (BR2). From there, follow the walking map below.  There are definitely buses you can take, however, we enjoyed the walk through the park and it made the glass of red wine that much more enjoyable.

Good to know:

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*Bonus Tip*

After you have your sushi fill, head around the corner to Lane 180, Binjian Street to watch some airplanes take off and land at the Taipei Songshan Airport.  It’s a short walk, and a great way to spend a sunny afternoon.

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Categories: Destination Guides, Food, Taiwan, Tips For Travellers

Author:Thomas & Katherine

A love for travel, adventure, and photography. We just can't help but write about it!

One Comment on “Sushi Heaven at the Taipei Fish Market ~ Addiction Aquatic Development”

  1. October 23, 2017 at 7:06 am #

    this place looks great, any other tips on where to eat in taipei? Or where to get really good coffee?

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